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The Fish Labelling (England) Regulations 2010

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Regulation 4

SCHEDULECommercial Designations

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1.  Subject to paragraphs 2 and 3, the commercial designation for any species of fish specified in column 2 of the following Table shall be a name specified for that species in the corresponding entry in column 1.

2.  A customary name may be used for any species of fish which has been subjected to smoking or any similar process, unless the name of the species in column 2 of the Table is followed by an asterisk. In such cases the name used for the food when the fish is smoked shall be a name specified for that species in column 1 of the said Table preceded by the word “smoked”.

3.  Paragraph 1, as read with the Table, shall not apply to fish regulated by Council Regulation (EEC) No 2136/89 laying down common marketing standards for preserved sardines and trade descriptions for preserved sardines and sardine-type products(1) (as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1181/2003 (2) and Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1345/2008 (3)) or Council Regulation (EEC) No. 1536/92 laying down common marketing standards for preserved tuna and bonito(4).

Column 1

Commercial designation

Column 2

Species of fish

Sea Fish
African sole Solea senegalensis
Alaska plaice Pleuronectes quadrituberculatus
Alaska pollack or Alaska pollock or Pacific pollack or Pacific pollock Theragra chalcogramma
Alaska pollock – see entry for Alaska Pollack or Alaska pollock or Pacific pollack or Pacific pollock
Albacore tuna - see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Amberjack – see entry for Horse Mackerel or Jack or Scad or Trevally
American plaice Hippoglossoides platessoides
AnchovyAll species of the family Engraulidae
Angler(fish) or Monk(fish) Lophiodes caulinaris
Lophius americanus
Lophius budegassa
Lophius piscatorius
ArgentineAll species of the family Argentinidae
Arrowtooth flounder Atheresthes stomias
BarracudaAll species of Sphyraena
Barramundi Lates calcarifer
Basking shark – see entry for Shark
Bass or Sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax
Bib or Pout or Pouting or Pout whiting Trisopterus luscus
BigeyeAll species of Priacanthus
Bigeye tuna – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Black bream or Black seabream Spondyliosoma cantharus
Black halibut or Greenland halibut or Mock halibut Reinhardtius hippoglossoides
Black oreo – see entry for Oreo
Black sabre – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Black scabbard fish – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Black scorpionfish or Racasse Scorpaena porcus
Black seabream – see entry for Black bream or Black seabream
Blacktip shark – see entry for Shark
Blue cod Parapercis colias
Bluefin tuna – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Bluefish or Tailor Pomatomus saltatrix
Blue ling Molva dypterygia
Blue shark – see entry for Shark
Blue whiting Micromesistius poutassou
Bogue Boops boops
Bombay duck Harpadon nehereus
BonitoAll species of Auxis
All species of Euthynnus, with the exception of Euthynnus (Katsuwonus) pelamis
All species of Sarda
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Bullet tuna or Melva Auxis rochei
Brill Scophthalmus rhombus
Brisling Sprattus sprattus when canned
Note also entries for Sild, Sprat and Whitebait
Bullet tuna – see entry for Bonito
Butterfish or PomfretAll species of Brama
All species of Pampus
All species of Stromateus
Butter sole Isopsetta isolepis
Californian sole Parophrys vetulus
Cape angler(fish) or Cape monk(fish) Lophius vomerinus
Cape hake – see entry for Hake
Cape monk(fish) – see entry for Cape angler(fish) or Cape monk(fish)
Catfish or Rockfish or WolffishAll species of Anarhichas
Chilean hoki Macruronus magellanicus
Coalfish or Coley or Saithe Pollachius virens
Cobia Rachycentron canadum
Cod Gadus macrocephalus
Gadus morhua
Gadus ogac
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Codling Gadus morhua
Greenland cod Gadus ogac
Pacific cod Gadus macrocephalus
Codling – see entry for Cod
Coley – see entry for Coalfish or Coley or Saithe
CongerAll species of Conger
Croaker or Drum or JewfishAll species of the family Sciaenidae
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Meagre Argyrosomus regius
Mulloway or Southern meagre Argyrosomus hololepidotus
Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fishAll species of family Trichiuridae
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Black sabre or Black scabbard fish Aphanopus carbo
Sabre or Sabre fish or Silver sabre Lepidopus caudatus
Dab Limanda limanda
Doctor fish or Surgeon fish or TangAll species of the family Acanthuridae
Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmonAll species of Galeorhinus
All species of Mustelus
All species of Scyliorhinus
Galeus melastomus
Squalus acanthias
Dory or John Dory or St Peter’s fish Zeus faber
Dover sole or Sole Solea solea
Drum – see entry for Croaker or Drum or Jewfish
EelAll species of Anguilla
EmperorAll species of Lethrinus
Escolar or Snake mackerelAll species of the family Gempylidae
Flake see entry for Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmon
FlatheadAll species of the family Platycephalidae
Flathead sole Hippoglossoides elassodon
Flounder Platichthys flesus
Flying fishAll species of the family Exocoetidae
Garfish or NeedlefishAll seafish species of the family Belonidae
Goatfish or Red mulletAll species of the family Mullidae
Greenland cod – see entry for Cod
Greenland halibut – see entry for Black halibut or Greenland halibut or Mock halibut
Greenling Ophiodon elongatus
Grey mulletAll species of the family Mugilidae
GrouperAll species of Epinephelus
All species of Mycteroperca
GurnardAll species of the family Triglidae
Peristedion cataphractum
Haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus
HakeAll species of Merluccius
The following commercial designation may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against it in Column 2:
Cape hake Merluccius capensis
Merluccius paradoxus
HalfbeakAll species of the family Hemiramphidae
Halibut Hippoglossus hippoglossus
Hippoglossus stenolepis
Herring Clupea harengus
Note also entries for Sild and Whitebait
Hilsa Tenualosa ilisha
Hoki Macruronus novaezelandiae
Horse mackerel or Jack or Scad or TrevallyAll species of Caranx
All species of Decapterus
All species of Hemicaranx
All species of Seriola
All species of Trachurus
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Amberjack or Yellowtail Seriola lalandi
Huss – see entry for Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmon
Icefish or Toothfish Dissostichus eleginoides
Dissostichus mawsoni
Indian halibut Psettodes erumei
Indian mackerelAll species of Rastrelliger
Jack – see entry for Horse mackerel or Jack or Scad or Trevally
Japanese sea bass Lateolabrax japonicus
Jewfish – see entry for Croaker or Drum or Jewfish
Jobfish – see entry for Snapper
John Dory – see entry for Dory or John Dory or St Peter’s fish
Kingfish or Spanish mackerelAll species of Scomberomorus
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in column 2:
King mackerel Scomberomorus cavalla
Pacific sierra or Sierra mackerel Scomberomorus sierra
Kingklip Genypterus capensis
King mackerel – see entry for Kingfish or Spanish mackerel
LadyfishAll species of the family Elopidae
Leatherjacket or Unicorn fish Aluterus monoceros
Leerfish Lichia amia
Lemon sole Microstomus kitt
LingAll species of Molva except Molva dypterygia
Longfin codling Laemonema longipes
Long-finned sole or Rex sole Glyptocephalus zachirus
Lumpfish or Lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus
Lumpsucker – see entry for Lumpfish or Lumpsucker
Lythe or Pollack or Pollock Pollachius pollachius
MackerelAll species of Scomber
Mahi Mahi Coryphaena hippurus
MarlinAll species of Makaira
Meagre – see entry for Croaker or Drum or Jewfish
MegrimAll species of Lepidorhombus
Melva – see entry for Bonito
Milkfish Chanos chanos
Mock halibut – see entry for Black halibut or Greenland halibut or Mock halibut
Monk(fish) – see entry for Angler (fish) or Monk(fish)
Moonfish or OpahAll species of Lampris
Mulloway – see entry for Croaker or Drum or Jewfish
Needlefish – see entry for Garfish or Needlefish
Northern rock sole Lepidopsetta polyxystra
Ocean perch or Redfish or Rose fishAll species of Helicolenus
All species of Sebastes
Opah – see entry for Moonfish or Opah
Orange roughy Hoplostethus atlanticus
Oreo Allocyttus niger
Pseudocyttus maculatus
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Black oreo Allocyttus niger
Smooth oreo Pseudocyttus maculatus
Oriental bluefin tuna - see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Pacific angler(fish) or Pacific monk(fish) Lophius litulon
Pacific bluefin tuna – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Pacific cod - see entry for Cod
Pacific monk(fish) – see entry for Pacific angler(fish) or Pacific monk(fish)
Pacific pilchard Sardinops sagax that has been caught in the Pacific Ocean
Pacific pollack – see entry for Alaska pollack or Alaska pollock or Pacific pollack or Pacific pollock
Pacific pollock – see entry for Alaska pollack or Alaska pollock or Pacific pollack or Pacific pollock
Pacific sand dab Citharichthys sordidus
Pacific sierra – see entry for Kingfish or Spanish mackerel
Pacific sole Microstomus pacificus
ParrotfishAll species of the family Scaridae
Patagonian icefish Patagonotothen ramsayi
Peruvian moonfish Selene peruviana
Petrale sole Eopsetta jordani
Picarel Spicara smaris
Pilchard Sardina pilchardus
Note also entry for Sardine
Plaice Pleuronectes platessa
Pollack – see entry for Lythe or Pollack or Pollock
Pollock – see entry for Lythe or Pollack or Pollock
Pomfret – see entry for Butterfish or Pomfret
Ponyfish or ThiraliAll species of the family Leiognathidae
Poor cod Trisopterus minutus
Porbeagle see entry for Shark
Porgy or Sea breamAll species of the family Sparidae except Boops boops
Pout – see entry for Bib or Pout or Pouting or Pout whiting
Pouting – see entry for Bib or Pout or Pouting or Pout whiting
Pout whiting – see entry for Bib or Pout or Pouting or Pout whiting
RabbitfishAll species of the family Siganidae
Racasse – see entry for Black scorpionfish or Racasse
Rainbow runner Elagatis bipinnulata
Ray or SkateAll species of the family Rajidae
The following commercial designation may also be used in relation to fish listed against it in Column 2:
Roker Raja clavata
Red cod Pseudophycis bachus
Redfish – see entry for Ocean perch or Redfish or Rose fish
Red mullet – see entry for Goatfish or Red mullet
Rex sole – see entry for Long-finned sole or Rex sole
Ribbonfish – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Rigg –see entry for Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmon
Rock eel –see entry for Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmon
Rockfish – see entry for Catfish or Rockfish or Wolffish
Rock salmon – see entry for Dogfish or Flake or Huss or Rigg or Rock eel or Rock salmon
Rock sole Lepidopsetta bilineata
Roker – see entry for Ray or Skate
Rose fish – see entry for Ocean perch or Redfish or Rose fish
Sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria
Sabre - see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Sabre fish – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Saffron cod Eleginus gracilis
SailfishAll species of Istiophorus
St Peter’s fish – see entry for Dory or John Dory or St Peter’s fish
Saithe – see entry for Coalfish or Coley or Saithe
Sandbar shark – see entry for Shark
Sand smelt or SilversideAll species of the family Atherinidae
SardineSmall Sardina pilchardus
Note also entry for Pilchard
SardinellaAll species of Sardinella
Scabbard fish – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Scad – see entry for Horse mackerel or Jack or Scad or Trevally
Sea bass – see entry for Bass or Sea bass
Sea bream – see entry for Porgy or Sea bream
Sea catfishAll species of the family Ariidae
Shark Carcharhinus falciformis
Carcharhinus limbatus
Carcharhinus plumbeus
Cetorhinus maximus
Isurus oxyrinchus
Lamna nasus
Prionace glauca
Rhincodon typus
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Basking shark Cetorhinus maximus
Blacktip shark Carcharhinus limbatus
Blue shark Prionace glauca
Porbeagle Lamna nasus
Sandbar shark Carcharhinus plumbeus
Shortfin mako or Shortfin mako shark Isurus oxyrinchus
Silky shark Carcharhinus falciformis
Whale shark Rhincodon typus
Shortfin mako – see entry for Shark
Shortfin mako shark – see entry for Shark
Sierra mackerel – see entry for Kingfish or Spanish mackerel
SildSmall Clupea harengus, when canned
Small Sprattus sprattus, when canned
Note also entries for Brisling, Herring, Sprat and Whitebait
Silky shark – see entry for Shark
SillagoAll species of the family Sillaginidae
Silver sabre – see entry for Cutlassfish or Ribbonfish or Scabbard fish
Silverside – see entry for Sand smelt or Silverside
Skate – see entry for Ray or Skate
Skipjack tuna or Tuna Euthynnus (Katsuwonus) pelamis
Note also entry for Tuna or Tunny
Small sandeel Ammodytes tobianus
Smelt or SparlingAll species of Osmerus
Smooth oreo – see entry for Oreo or Smooth oreo
Snake mackerel – see entry for Escolar or Snake mackerel
SnapperAll species of the family Lutjanidae
The following commercial designation may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against it in Column 2:
JobfishAll species of Aphareus
All species of Aprion
All species of Pristipomoides
SnookAll species of Centropomus
Soldier fish or Squirrel fishAll species of the family Holocentridae
Sole – see entry for Dover sole or Sole
South Atlantic pilchard Sardinops sagax that has been caught in the South Atlantic Ocean
Southern blue whiting Micromesistius australis
Southern bluefin tuna – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Southern meagre – see entry for Croaker or Drum or Jewfish
Southern rock bass Paralabrax callaensis
SpadefishAll species of the family Ephippidae
Spanish mackerel – see entry for Kingfish or Spanish mackerel
Sparling – see entry for Smelt or Sparling
Speckled flounder Paralichthys woolmani
Spottail spiny turbot or Spottail turbot Psettodes belcheri
Spottail turbot – see entry for Spottail spiny turbot or Spottail turbot
Spotted sea bass Dicentrarchus punctatus
Sprat Sprattus sprattus, except when canned
Note also entries for Brisling, Sild and Whitebait
Squirrel fish – see entry for Soldier fish or Squirrel fish
StargazerAll species of the family Uranoscopidae
Striped bass Morone saxatilis
Surgeon fish – see entry for Doctor fish or Surgeon fish or Tang
Swordfish Xiphias gladius
Tailor – see entry for Bluefish or Tailor
Tang – see entry for Doctor fish or Surgeon fish or Tang
TarponAll species of the family Megalopidae
Thirali – see entry for Ponyfish or Thirali
Threadfin Polynemus tetradactylum
Threadfin breamAll species of Nemipterus
Toothfish – see entry for Icefish or Toothfish
Torbay sole or Witch Glyptocephalus cynoglossus
Torpedo sand perch Diplectrum maximum
Trevally – see entry for Horse mackerel or Jack or Scad or Trevally
Tuna or TunnyAll species of Thunnus
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Albacore tuna Thunnus alalunga
Bigeye tuna Thunnus obesus
Bluefin tuna Thunnus thynnus
Oriental bluefin tuna or Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis
Southern bluefin tuna Thunnus maccoyii
Yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares
Note also entry for Skipjack tuna or Tuna
Tunny – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Turbot Psetta maxima
Unicorn fishsee entry for Leatherjacket or Unicorn fish
Wahoo Acanthocybium solandri
WeeverAll species of the family Trachinidae
Whale shark – see entry for Shark
WhitebaitSmall Clupea harengus
Small Sprattus sprattus (except when canned)
Note also entries for Brisling, Herring, Sild and Sprat
White hake Urophycis tenuis
Whiting Merlangius merlangus
Winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus
Witch – see entry for Torbay sole or Witch
Wolffish – see entry for Catfish or Rockfish or Wolffish
Wolf herring Chirocentrus dorab
WrasseAll species of the family Labridae
Yellowfin sole Limanda aspera
Yellowfin tuna – see entry for Tuna or Tunny
Yellowstripe scad Sellaroides leptolepis
Yellowtail – see entry for Horse mackerel or Jack or Scad or Trevally
Yellowtail dab or Yellowtail flounder Limanda ferruginea
Yellowtail flounder – see entry for Yellowtail dab or Yellowtail flounder
Salmon and Freshwater Fish
American catfish see entry for Catfish
Arctic cisco or Pollan Coregonus autumnalis
Atlantic salmon or Salmon Salmo salar*
Ayre – see entry for Catfish
Bacha Eutropiichthys vacha
Banspata – see entry for Carp
Barbel – see entry for Carp
Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’All species of the family Pangasiidae
The following commercial designation may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against it in Column 2:
Royal basa Pangasianodon bocourti
Basa catfish – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Bata – see entry for Carp
Batashi Pseudeutropius atherinoides
Boal – see entry for Catfish
Brown trout – see entry for Trout
Buzuri – see entry for Catfish
Cachama or Tambaqui Colossoma macroponum
CarpAll species of the family Cyprinidae
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Banspata Danio devario
Barbel Barbus barbus
Bata Labeo bata
Chelapata Salmostoma bacaila
Freshwater bream Abramis brama
Ghania Labeo gonius
Kalibous Labeo calbasu
Mowrala Amblypharyngodon mola
Punti Puntius sarana
Roach Rutilus rutilus
Rohu or Ruhi Labeo rohita
Tench Tinca tinca
CatfishAll species of the family Bagridae
All species of the family Clariidae
All species of the family Ictaluridae
All species of the family Pimelodidae
All species of the family Siluridae
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
American catfish or Channel catfishAll species of the family Ictaluridae
Ayre Sperata aor
Boal Wallago attu
Buzuri Mystus tengara
Gulsha Mystus bleekeri
Magur Clarias batrachus
Pabda Ompok pabda
Tengra Mystus vittatus
Channel catfish – see entry for Catfish
Chapila Gudusia chapra
CharAll species of Salvelinus
Chelapata – see entry for Carp
Cherry salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Chinook salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Chum salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Coho salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Cut-throat trout – see entry for Trout
Dry star baim or Largebaim or PatabaimAll species of the family Mastacembelidae
Freshwater bream – see entry for Carp
Ghania – see entry for Carp
Gulsha – see entry for Catfish
Kakila Xenentodon cancila
Kalibous – see entry for Carp
Keski Corica soborna
Keta salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Khalisha Colisa fasciatus
King salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Koi Anabas testudineus
Largebaim – see entry for Dry star baim or Largebaim or Patabaim
Magur – see entry for Catfish
Medium red salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Meni Nandus nandus
Mowrala – see entry for Carp
Nile perch Lates niloticus
Northern pike or Pike Esox lucius
Pabda – see entry for Catfish
Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha*
Oncorhynchus keta*
Oncorhynchus kisutch*
Oncorhynchus masou masou*
Oncorhynchus nerka*
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha*
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Cherry salmon Oncorhynchus masou masou*
Chinook salmon or King salmon or Spring salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha*
Chum salmon or Keta salmon Oncorhynchus keta*
Coho salmon or Medium red salmon or Silver Salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch*
Pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha*
Red salmon or Sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka*
Pacu Piaractus mesopotamicus
Panga(s) – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Panga(s) catfish – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Pangasius – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Pangasius catfish – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these with the additional word ‘catfish’
Patabaim – see entry for Dry star baim or Largebaim or Patabaim
Pikesee entry for Northern pike or Pike
Pike-Perch or Zander Stizostedion lucioperca
Pink salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Pollan – see entry for Arctic cisco or Pollan
Punti – see entry for Carp
Queen fish Botia dario
Rainbow trout – see entry for Trout
Red salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
River cobbler – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
River cobbler catfish – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Roach – see entry for Carp
Rohu – see entry for Carp
Royal basa – see entry for Basa or Panga(s) or Pangasius or River cobbler or any of these together with the additional word ‘catfish’
Ruhi – see entry for Carp
Salmon – see entry for Atlantic salmon or Salmon
Salmon trout or Sea trout Salmo trutta trutta which has spent part of its life in sea water
Note also entry for Trout.
Sea trout – see entry for Salmon trout or Sea Trout
Shol Channa striata
Silver salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
SnakeheadAll species of the family Channidae
Sockeye salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Spring salmon – see entry for Pacific salmon
Steelhead trout – see entry for Trout
Taki Channa punctata
Tambaqui – see entry for Cachama or Tambaqui
Tench – see entry for Carp
Tengra – see entry for Catfish
TilapiaAll species of Oreochromis
All species of Tilapia
Trout Oncorhynchus clarki clarki
Oncorhynchus mykiss
Salmo trutta which has spent all of its life in fresh water
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Brown trout Salmo trutta trutta which has spent all of its life in fresh water
Cut-throat trout Oncorhynchus clarki clarki
Rainbow trout or Steelhead trout Oncorhynchus mykiss
Note also entry for Salmon trout or Sea Trout
Vendace Coregonus albula
Zander – see entry for Pike – Perch or Zander
Shellfish
Abalone or OrmerAll species of Haliotis
Amande clam or Dog cockle Glycymeris glycymeris
Ark clam or ArkshellAll species of the family Arcidae
Arkshell – see entry for Ark clam or Arkshell
Arrow squid Nototodarus gouldi
Nototodarus sloani
Atlantic scallop – see entry for Common Scallop or Scallop
Brown shrimp or ShrimpAll species of Crangon
Note also entries for Pink shrimp or Shrimp, Prawn or Shrimp and Shrimp
Clam or Hard shell clam Mercenaria mercenaria
Venus verrucosa
Clam or Razor clam or Razor shellAll species of Ensis and Solen
CockleAll species of Cerastoderma
Common scallop or ScallopAll species of the family Pectinidae
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Atlantic scallop Placopecten magellanicus
King scallop Pecten maximus
Queen or Queen scallop Chlamys (Aequipecten) opercularis
CrabAll species of the order Brachyura
All species of the family Lithodidae
Crawfish or Rock lobster or Spiny lobsterAll species of Jasus
All species of Palinurus
All species of Panulirus
CrayfishAll species of the family Astacidae
All species of the family Austroastacidae
All species of the family Cambaridae
All species of the family Parastacidae
CuttlefishAll species of Sepia
Rossia macrosoma
Dog cockle – see entry for Amande clam or Dog cockle
Dublin bay prawn or Langoustine or Norway lobster or Scampi Nephrops norvegicus
Gaper or Soft shell clamAll species of Mya
Geoduck or Geoduck clam Panopea abrupta
Geoduck clam – see entry for Geoduck or Geoduck clam
Grooved carpet shell or Native clam or Palourde Ruditapes decussatus
Tapes decussatus
Venerupis decussa
Hard shell clam – see entry for Clam or Hard shell clam
Indian Ocean lobster or Whip lobster Puerulus angulatus
Puerulus carinatus
Puerulus sewelli
Japanese carpet shell or Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum
Tapes philippinarum
King prawnAll species of the family Aristaeidae
All species of the family Palaemonidae
All species of the family Penaeidae
Where the count is less than 123 per kg (head on/shell on) or less than 198 per kg (head off/shell on) or less than 242 per kg (head off/shell off)
King scallop – see entry for Common scallop or Scallop
Langoustine – see entry for Dublin Bay prawn or Langoustine or Norway lobster or Scampi
LobsterAll species of Homarus
Manila clam – see entry for Japanese carpet shell or Manila clam
Mantis shrimp Squilla mantis
MusselAll species of the family Mytilidae
Native clam – see entry for Grooved carpet shell or Native clam or Palourde
Native oyster – see entry for Oyster
Norway lobster – see entry for Dublin Bay prawn or Langoustine or Norway lobster or Scampi
OctopusAll species of Octopus
Ormer – see entry for Abalone or Ormer
Otter shell clam Lutraria lutraria
OysterAll species of Crassostrea
All species of Ostrea
The following commercial designations may also be used in relation to fish of the species listed against them in Column 2:
Native oyster Ostrea edulis
Pacific oyster or Rock oyster Crassostrea gigas
Portuguese oyster Crassostrea angulata
Pacific oyster – see entry for Oyster
Pacific scampi Metanephrops andamanicus
Metanephrops challengeri
Metanephrops thomsoni
Palourde – see entry for Grooved carpet shell or Native clam or Palourde
Pink shrimp or Shrimp Pandalus montagui
Note also entries for Brown shrimp or Shrimp, Prawn or Shrimp and Shrimp
Portuguese oyster – see entry for Oyster
Prawn or ShrimpWhole fish (of a size which, when cooked, have a count of less than 397 per kg) or tails (of a size which, when peeled and cooked, have a count of less than 1,323 per kg) of —
all species of the family Aristaeidae
all species of the family Palaemonidae
all species of the family Pandalidae
all species of the family Penaeidae
Note also entries for Brown shrimp or Shrimp, Pink shrimp or Shrimp and Shrimp
Queen – see entry for Common scallop or Scallop
Queen scallop – see entry for Common scallop or Scallop
Razor clam – see entry for Clam or Razor clam or Razor shell
Razor shell – see entry for Clam or Razor clam or Razor shell
Rock lobster – see entry for Crawfish or Rock lobster or Spiny lobster
Rock oyster – see entry for Oyster
Scallop – see entry for Common scallop or Scallop
Scampi – see entry for Dublin Bay prawn or Langoustine or Norway lobster or Scampi
Sea urchinAll species of the family Echinidae
Shrimp

Whole fish (of a size which, when cooked, have a count of 397 per kg or more) or tails (of a size

which, when peeled and cooked, have a count of 1,323 per kg or more) of —

all species of the family Aristaeidae
all species of the family Palaemonidae
all species of the family Pandalidae
all species of the family Penaeidae
Note also entries for Brown Shrimp or Shrimp, Pink Shrimp or Shrimp and Prawn or Shrimp
Slipper lobsterAll species of the family Scyllaridae
Soft shell clam – see entry for Gaper or Soft shell clam
Spiny lobster – see entry for Crawfish or Rock lobster or Spiny lobster
Squat lobsterAll species of the family Galatheidae
SquidAll species of Illex
All species of Loligo
Ommastrephes sagittatus
Surf clamAll species of Spisula
Tiger prawn Parapenaeopsis hardwickii
Parapenaeopsis sculptilis
Penaeus esculentus
Penaeus japonicus
Penaeus kerathurus
Penaeus monodon
Penaeus semisulcatus
WhelkAll species of Buccinum
Whip lobster – see entry for Indian Ocean lobster or Whip lobster
WinkleAll species of Littorina
(1)

OJ No. L212, 22.7.1989, p.79.

(2)

OJ No. L165, 3.7.2003, p.17.

(3)

OJ No. L348, 24.12.2008, p.76.

(4)

OJ No. L.163, 17.6.1992, p.1.

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